EDMON LÓPEZ MÖLLER. Training in BGS.
I have been training with Víctor Montserrat for 2 years now and my progress has been considerable. I believe his training methods can be considered as some of the best around. His passion for squash is very infectious and in addition to that, his personal attention is such that we not only have a professional player-trainer relationship but also one of being close friends.
EDMON LÓPEZ MÖLLER (1996).
Ranking: PSA 129 (2016 -Jan.).
BGS Assistant Coach.
SOFÍA MATEOS. Training in BGS.
My name is Sofía, I am 14 years old and have been training with Victor Montserrat since I was 12. Since I started my training with Victor, both the technical as well as the psychological aspects of my game and approach have improved, and this has helped me achieve my short term objectives; day by day I feel that I am one step nearer my dreams to be a professional player.
SOFÍA MATEOS (2001).
Ranking: U15 Runner-up Spanish Open 2015.
BERNAT JAUME. Training in BGS.
“During the last 2 years, in addition to helping me to improve many different aspects of my game, whether that be technical, tactical, physical or mental, Víctor Montserrat, undoubtedly the best coach in Spain and one of the best in the world, has for me been much more than just a coach, he has been someone I can trust in, someone to follow as a role model, someone who teaches you to be a profesional and to be 100% disciplined in what you do, which I believe is the key to success.”
BERNAT JAUME (1995).
Ranking: PSA 156 (2016 -Jan.).
British Junior Open Squash 2016.
Barcelona Global Squash landed in rainy Sheffield, England, on the 1st January 2016 for the 1st junior tournament of the new year, The British Junior Open Squash, considered as the second most prestigious event in the Junior Squash calendar after the World Junior Championship.
IMET PSA OPEN 2015
The PSA 5K, where points counted towards the world ranking, was held in Bratislava from the 10th to the 13th December. Top players from around Europe headed for the capital of Slovakia, including Chris Fuller from England and Jan Koukal from the Czech Republic, both of whom were considered as top favourites for the title.